the Paternal Ancestral Line of
Ezekiel SPRINGER
to Adam and Eve

by Michael S. Cole, M.D.

Pride in the Past - Faith in the Future

This is an extension of Ancestor #416 from our Ahnentafel Chart.
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416. Ezekiel SPRINGER b. 1754.

417. Rebecca COLLINS

832. Charles SPRINGER b 1735, Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware, d 1802, Christiana Hundred, Delaware, m 1764, Mill Creek Hundred, Delaware.

833. Mary BALL

1664. James SPRINGER b 1703, Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware, d 1763, Christiana Hundred, Delaware, m circa 1732, New Castle Co., Delaware.

1665. Mary BISHOP b 1705, d 1790, New Castle Co., Delaware.

1666. William BALL

1667. Elizabeth WALRAVEN

3328. Karell Christofferson (Carl Christopher) SPRINGER Sr b 1658, Stockholm, Sweden, d 1738, Wilmington, Delaware, m 27 Dec 1685, Nya Swerige (New Sweden), Pennsylvania.

3329. Maria (Mary) HINDRICHSSDOTTER (HENDRICKS) d Mar 1727.

3330. Nicholas BISHOP

3331. Dorcas -----

6656. Christopher SPRINGER b 1592, Lamstedt, Hanover Province, Germany, d 1669, Stockholm, Sweden, m 1654, Sweden.

6657. Lady Beatea Jacobine HENDRICKSON

13312. Christoph Christlieb Christian SPRINGER b 1550, Lamstedt, Germany, d 1630, m 1588.

13313. Elsie WEHRHAHN

13314. Bathasar SALINUS, barber-surgeon to the King of Sweden.

13315. Elizabeth CHRISTOPHERSSON

26624. Johan Christian Jacob SPRINGER b 1520, Waldenburg, Germany, d Lamstedt, Germany, m c.1542, Lamstedt, Germany.

26625. Rosa HELLER

26630. Carl CHRISTOPHERSSON

26631. Anna NILSDOTTER

53248. Johan Jacob SPRINGER b 1496, d 1531, m 1517.

53249. Elizabeth HIRTENFELS

53260. Christopher OLUFFSON

53261. Karin MICHELSDOTTER

53262. Nils Hansson BRASK

53263. Helena BOHEMAN

106496. Frangott Lebrecht SPRINGER b 1468, d 1519, m 1495.

106497. Elizabeth Helen PRESSLER

106522. Michel SIMONSSEN

106524. Hans PEDERSSON

106525. Ingeborg

212992. Daniel William SPRINGER b 1432, d 1493, m 1460.

212993. Matilda STREUBING

213050. Lars BIRGERSSON

213051. Anna Pedersdotter BRASK

425984. Johan Jacob SPRINGER b 1385, d 1464, m 1415.

425985. Dorothea FISCHER

426102. Peder BRASK

426103. Birgitta NILSDOTTER

851968. Johan GOTTFRIED SPRINGER b 1348, d 1386, m 1370.

851969. Gertrude Josephine HALLEN

852204. Nickles BRASK

852205. Margit JOHANSDOTTER

852206. Nils LARENSSON

852207. Kristine

1703936. Gottfried III, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1323, d 1399, m 1346.

1703937. Thekla MEYER

1704410. Johan -----

1704412. Larens NILSSON

1704414. Per HACONSSON

3407872. Gottfried II, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1298, d 1374, m 1322.

3407873. Johanna, of Kollinsky.

3408828. Hacon LIQUIDSON

6815744. Gottfried I, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1272, d 1340, m 1296.

6815745. Elizabeth, of Romeburg.

6817656. Liquid ORMSSON

13631488. Christoph GOTTLIEB III, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1240, d 1296, m 1266.

13631489. Amalia, of Wermburg.

27262976. Christoph GOTTLIEB II, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1217, d 1289, m 1238.

27262977. Augusta, of Hermanstein.

54525952. Christoph GOTTLIEB I b 1191, d 1249, m 1215.

54525953. Frieda, of Wessenburg.

109051904. Gottlob HERMAN I b 1166, d 1204, m 1188.

109051905. Catharine, of Wende.

218103808. Winfried II, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1142, d 1221, m 1164.

218103809. Lucie, of Wehrendorf.

436207616. Winfried I, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1120, d 1198, m 1141.

436207617. Fredrica, of Wurme.

872415232. Christoph LOUIS I, Count Springer of Waldenburg b 1091, d 1120, m 1110.

872415233. Countess Adelgunda, of Weihe.

1744830464. Louis II, Count of Thuringia ("The Springer") b 1042, d 1128, Monastery of Reinhardsbrun, m 1087.

Louis II was accused of the murder of Frederick II. After two years of close imprisonment, he made his escape by an adventurous leap ("spring") from the tall battlements of the castle into the water beneath. For this deed, the Emperor, admiring his great courage, pardoned him and bestowed upon him the surname "The Springer."

1744830465. Adelaide

3489660928. Louis I, with the Beard, Count of Thuringia d 1056.

3489660929. Countess Cacelia, of Sonderhausen.

3489660930. Otto, of Nordmark.

6979321860. Charles, Duke of Loraine.

6979321861. Agnes, of Vermandoise.

13958643720. Louis IV, d'Outremer b 919/21, d 954.

13958643721. Gerburg

27917287440. Charles III, the Simple, King of France b 879, d 929, castle at Peronne.

27917287441. Edgifa

27917287442. Henry I, the Fowler.

55834574880. Louis II, the Stammerer, Emperor of Germany, King of France b 846, Compiegne, d 879.

55834574881. Adelaide

55834574882. Eadward, the Elder, King of Wessex, England (reigned 899-924).

111669149760. Charles II, the Bald, King of France b 823, d 877, Mt. Cenis.

111669149761. Hermantrude

111669149764. Aelfred, the Great, King of Wessex b 848/49, d 899.

111669149765. Ealhswith d 904.

223338299520. Louis I, le Debonaire, the Pious, King of France b 777, d 840, Ingleheim in the Rhine.

223338299521. Judith

223338299522. Odo, Count of Orleans.

223338299528. Aethelwulf, King of Wessex (reigned 839-855).

223338299529. Osburh d c.853.

446676599040. Charlemagne (Charles the Great), King of the Franks, Holy Roman Emperor b 742, d 814, Aix-La-Chapelle.

446676599041. Hildegard

446676599042. Guelph I, Count of Altorf.

446676599056. Ecgberht, King of Wessex (reigned 802-839). (Descendant of Cerdic, d 534, first King of Wessex.)

446676599057. Raedburh

446676599058. ealdorman Oslac

40th generation. Pepin III, the Short, King of the Franks, father of Charlemagne & son of Charles MARTEL b 714, d 768.

. Bertha, wife of Pepin III d 783.

. Childebrand, Duke of Swabia, father of Hildegard.

. Ealhmund, King of Kent, father of Ecgberht.

41st generation. Charles MARTEL, the Hammer, Mayor of Austrasia and Neustria, son of Pepin (II) b 690, d 741.

. Rotrude, mother of Pepin III.

. Charibert, Count of Laon, father of Bertha.

42nd generation. Pepin (II) CRASSUS, of Heristal, Mayor of Austrasia and Neustria, son of Anchires d 714.

. Alphaida, mother of Charles MARTEL.

43rd generation. Anchires, Duke of Brabant, Mayor of Austrasia, Margrave of the Schelde, son of Arnulphus d 685.

. Begga, mother of Pepin (II).

44th generation. St. Arnulphus, Bishop of Metz, son of Arnoaldus d 640.

. Doda, of Saxony, mother of Anchires.

. Pipin, of Landen, father of Begga.

. Itha (Ida), mother of Begga.

45th generation. Arnoaldus, Margrave of Schelde, son of Anspert d 601.

. Oda, of Swabia, mother of Arnulphus.

46th generation. Anspert (Asopert), son of Ferreolus d 570.

. Blitildis, mother of Arnoaldus.

47th generation. Ferreolus, Duke of Moselle, son of Sigimerus.

. (wife of Ferreolus), daughter of Clovis MAGNUS, King of France.

. Clothary I, father of Blitildis.

48th generation. Sigimerus, son of Clodius d 491.

. (wife of Sigimerus), daughter of Ferreolus TONANTIUS, a Roman Senator.

49th generation. Clodius (Clodio), King of the Franks, son of Pharamond d 448.

. Basina, mother of Sigimerus.

50th generation. Pharamond, King of the West Franks, Duke of the East Franks, son of Marcomir d 427.

. Argotta, "mother of all the kings of France," wife of Pharamond.

. Weldephus, King of the Thuringians, father of Basina.

51st generation. Marcomir, Duke of the East Franks, son of Clodius.

. Genebald, last Duke of the West Franks, father of Argotta 419.

52nd generation. Clodius, son of Dagobert 389.

. Priam or Dagobert, first Duke under the Romans, father of Genebald 389.

53th generation. Dagobert, son of Genebald 379.

. Clodius V, father of Priam (or Dagobert) 378.

54th generation. Genebald, son of Dagobert 358.

. Theodomir, father of Clodius V 360.

55th generation. Dagobert, son of Walter 317.

. Richimir, father of Theodomir 350.

. Hastila, wife of Richimir.

56th generation. Walter, son of Clodius III 306.

. Clodomir IV, father of Richimir 337.

57th generation. Clodius III, son of Bartherus 298.

. Dagobert, father of Clodomir IV 317. (Same as 55th generation, son of Walter.)

58th generation. Bartherus, son of Hilderic 272.

59th generation. Hilderic, son of Sunno 253.

60th generation. Sunno (Huano), son of Farabert 213.

61st generation. Farabert, son of Clodomir IV 186.

62nd generation. Clodomir IV, son of Marcomir IV 166.

. Hafilda, mother of Farabert, daughter of the king of the Rugil.

63rd generation. Marcomir IV, son of Odomir 149.

. Athildis, mother of Clodomir IV.

64th generation. Odomir, son of Richemer 128.

. Coilus, King of the Britains, father of Athildis.

65th generation. Richemer, son of Ratherius 114.

66th generation. Ratherius, son of Antenor IV 90.

67th generation. Antenor IV, son of Clodemir III 69.

68th generation. Clodemir III, son of Marcomir III 63.

69th generation. Marcomir III, son of Clodius II 50.

70th generation. Clodius II (Clodio), son of Francus 20 A.D.

71st generation. Francus, first King of the West Franks, son of Antharius 11 B.C.

72nd generation. Antharius, King of the Sicambri, son of Cassander.

73rd generation. Cassander, King of the Sicambri, son of Merodachus 74 B.C.

74th generation. Merodachus, King of the Sicambri, son of Clodomir II 95 B.C.

75th generation. Clodomir II, King of the Sicambri, son of Antenor II 123 B.C.

76th generation. Antenor II, King of the Sicambri, son of Clodius 143 B.C.

77th generation. Clodius, King of the Sicambri, son of Marcomir II 159 B.C.

78th generation. Marcomir II, King of the Sicambri, son of Nicanor 170 B.C.

79th generation. Nicanor, King of the Sicambri, son of Clodomir 198 B.C.

. (wife of Nicanor), daughter of Elidure, King of the Britains.

80th generation. Clodomir, King of the Sicambri, son of Bassanus 232 B.C.

81st generation. Bassanus MAGNUS, King of the Sicambri, son of Diocles 250 B.C. (He slew his son Sedanus for adultery.)

. (wife of Bassanus), daughter of the king of the Orcades.

82nd generation. Diocles, King of the Sicambri, son of Helenus 300 B.C.

83rd generation. Helenus, King of the Sicambri, son of Priamus 339 B.C.

84th generation. Priamus, King of the Sicambri, son of Antenor 358 B.C.

85th generation. Antenor, King of the Sicambri, son of Marcomir 384 B.C.

. Cambra, mother of Priamus.

86th generation. Marcomir, King of the Sicambri, son of Antenor 412 B.C.

87th generation. Antenor, King of the Cimmerians, first King of the Sicambri, son of Helenus IV 443 B.C.

88th generation. Helenus IV, King of the Cimmerians, son of Primo IV.

89th generation. Primo IV, King of the Cimmerians, son of Marcomiro I.

90th generation. Marcomiro I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Diluglio II.

91st generation. Diluglio II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Plaserio III.

92nd generation. Plaserio III, King of the Cimmerians, son of Heleno III.

93rd generation. Heleno III, King of the Cimmerians, son of Diluglio I.

94th generation. Diluglio I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Almadion.

95th generation. Almadion, King of the Cimmerians, son of Getmalor.

96th generation. Getmalor, King of the Cimmerians, son of Priamo III.

97th generation. Priamo III, King of the Cimmerians, son of Alexandro.

98th generation. Alexandro, King of the Cimmerians, son of Basabiliano II.

99th generation. Basabiliano II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Plesron II.

100th generation. Plesron II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Helenus II.

101st generation. Helenus II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Priamas II.

102nd generation. Priamas II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Antenor I.

103rd generation. Antenor I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Plaserio II.

104th generation. Plaserio II, King of the Cimmerians, son of Gaberiano.

105th generation. Gaberiano, King of the Cimmerians, son of Eliacor.

106th generation. Eliacor, King of the Cimmerians, son of Plesron I.

107th generation. Plesron I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Plaserio I.

108th generation. Plaserio I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Basabiliano I.

109th generation. Basabiliano I, King of the Cimmerians, son of Gelio.

110th generation. Gelio, King of the Cimmerians, son of Esdron.

111th generation. Esdron, King of the Cimmerians, son of Franco.

112th generation. Franco, King of the Cimmerians, son of Genger.

113th generation. Genger, King of the Cimmerians, son of Helenus I.

114th generation. Helenus (Heleno) I, son of Priam I. (Brother-in-law of Helen of Troy.) Survived Trojan War.

. Andromache, mother of Genger, daughter of Aetion, King of Cilician Thebes.

115th generation. Priam I, King of Troy, son of Laomedon 1184 B.C.

. Hecuba, mother of Helenus I, daughter of Cisseus or Dymas.

116th generation. Laomedon, King of Troy, son of Ilus.

117th generation. Ilus (Illo), son of Tros 1260 B.C.

. Eurydice, mother of Laomedon.

118th generation. Tros, son of Ericthonius 1314 B.C.

. Callirhoe, mother of Ilus, daughter of Scamander.

119th generation. Ericthonius, son of Dardanus 1374 B.C.

. Astyoche, mother of Tros.

120th generation. Dardanus, founder of Troy, son of Blascon 1449 B.C. (Mythologically, son of Jupiter and Electra.)

. Basia, mother of Ericthonius.

121st generation. Blascon, son of Cambo.

122nd generation. Cambo, son of Blascon.

123rd generation. Blascon, son of Altheo.

124th generation. Altheo, son of Thusco.

125th generation. Thusco, son of Hercules.

126th generation. Hercules, son of Dodanim.

127th generation. Dodanim, son of Javan. (Genesis 10:4)

128th generation. Javan, son of Japheth.

129th generation. Japheth, son of Noah.

130th generation. NOAH, son of Lamech b 2948 B.C., d 1998 B.C. (Builder of the Ark; saved from the Flood.)

131st generation. Lamech, son of Methuselah.

132nd generation. Methuselah, son of Enoch. Lived 969 years.

133rd generation. Enoch, father of Jared.

134th generation. Jared, son of Mahalaleel.

135th generation. Mahalaleel, son of Cainan.

136th generation. Cainan, son of Enosh.

137th generation. Enosh, son of Seth.

138th generation. Seth, son of Adam and Eve.

139th generation. Adam (formed of the dust of the ground; Genesis 2:7.)

. Eve ("mother of all living;" Genesis 3:20.)

Compiled 31 August 1991 by Michael S. Cole, M.D.

NOTE: This lineage is not adequately documented to fully accept as accurate.
It is intended for enjoyment only and not to be understood as historically correct.

Keep in mind that all such genealogies back to Adam and Eve are suspect. It is my opinion that the concept of "Divine Right of Kings" once influenced European rulers to find a family connection to a worthy character in the Bible in order to add validity to their claim to the throne. If the monarch's hired historian was under threat of execution should he fail to determine the proper lineage, there is reasonable expectation that he would be tempted to fabricate some of the king/queen's ancestry. Don't you agree?

Also of historical note is the "Springer Hoax" which resulted in many phony genealogies being created as Springer heirs attempted to cash in on a fantasy that started in the mid-1800's regarding millions of dollars supposedly owed to descendants of Carl Christopher SPRINGER by the governments of Wilmington, Delaware, and Stockholm, Sweden.

Most of the genealogical and historical information above came from
The SPRINGER Families from Adam to Present
© 1984, by Joseph R. Armentrout (1906-2002).



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